(Vlad Savov, The Verge) I shall sleep for science!
Such was my proclamation and enthusiasm when I was pitched the idea of reviewing a sleep-monitoring gadget. Of all the activity trackers out there, surely the best kind is the one that doesn’t require any activity of you at all. And among them, the $129 Sense sleep tracker is rather unique in not requiring the user to wear anything extra while in bed. This system works with just a cute little sphere, barely larger than a tennis ball, positioned next to my bed and a tiny "pill" sensor attached to my pillowcase.
What could possibly go wrong? Quite a lot, as it turns out.[Click the title, above, to post a comment.]